Did you think I would leave you dying, when there’s room on my horse for two?
After a series of collaborations between Mexico and London. Chalton Gallery is pleased to present a solo exhibition by Guy Oliver. Oliver presents a new body of work exploring the complicated lines between comedy and tragedy. Collated from extensive archival material, the exhibition presents variously collaged and dissected found imagery and footage that attempt to unpick a notion of trauma and disorder within a sense of collective identity.
Guy Oliver (b. 1982) graduated from The Royal College of Art, Painting MA, 2015.
Recent exhibitions and screenings include, Edinburgh Artists Moving Image Festival 2016 (Filmhouse, Edinburgh, 2016), The Bomb Factory Artist Film Festival II (The Bomb Factory, London, 2016), Outpost Members Show 2016 (OUTPOST, Norwich, 2016), Life Was Meant To Be Awesome (Chalton Gallery, London 2016), Mono 5 (Courtyard Theatre, London, 2016), Guilt Complex (Bikini Wax, Mexico City, 2016), Two Hundred Acres (Pump House Gallery, London, 2015), RCA Graduates Show 2015 (Royal College of Art, London, 2015), Heckle (Bosse and Baum, London, 2015), (I Wanna Give You) Devotion (Hockney Gallery, London, 2015).
His work is represented in The Zabludowicz Collection and The Royal College of Art Collection.